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Contributions To Paleontology - The Gallery - Post Your Donations Here!

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The Amateur Paleontologist

I donated all of these fossils to the GeoCenter Møns Klint (island of Møn, eastern Denmark) on 10/07/18. All fossils are from the Lower Maastrichtian (Late Cretaceous; ~70Ma) chalk cliffs of Møns Klint, and were collected in August 2016. The specimens were donated due to their rarity at MK; some of them might soon go on display.

 

Series of 40 articulated Isselicrinus buchii (isocrinid crinoid) columnals

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Very small partial tooth crown of a squatinid shark

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Demipyramid (single mouth plate) of a small cidarid sea urchin

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2 partial arms of an ophiuroid

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On ‎4‎/‎27‎/‎2014 at 11:56 AM, JohnJ said:

Welcome to a very special gallery topic! It will be exclusively dedicated to fossil specimens our members have contributed to the science of Paleontology! Their fascinating stories will be found elsewhere within this new forum. However, the posts in this Pinned topic will serve as a visual reference for those fossils our members have donated to further research in science-based museums and universities. So, let's get started.

Please follow the format and guidelines below when posting in this topic:

Common or Scientific Name.
Geologic Formation or Geologic Age.
Region the fossil was found.
Museum or University that received the fossil.
A short note explaining the reason for the fossil contribution. Please include a link to the topic about your fossil (if available).
(attach your fossil photos here)

Please use the linked topics to continue any discussion or congratulations.

Your fossil donation to the science of paleontology will be recognized by The Fossil Forum with this icon under your avatar: PaleoPartner.png.30c01982e09b0cc0b7d9d6a7a21f56c6.png

Thank you for sharing your fossil contributions. :)

 

Format reminder  ;)

 

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